Exodus Ministries has built our program on the Spiritual Principles of Jesus Christ. Recovery Centers across the United States have eliminated these principles over time, and the success rate of long-term sobriety has fallen to an all time low. The 2nd step of the 12 step recovery model states: We came to believe a higher power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity. Our Higher Power is Jesus Christ , who is presented to each individual that enrolls in our program with love and in a non-discriminatory manner.
Exodus Ministries provides a 12-month residential inpatient faith-based recovery process for men.
We provide housing in a therapeutic structured environment designed to relieve the stresses of outside distractions while teaching the individual a disciplined lifestyle and the tools to be successful.
Exodus Ministries believes in a holistic approach to recovery that involves ministering to the Spirit, Mind and Body of an individual. New habits and ways of thinking will be learned as the student lives in a firm structure and routine that continues every day of the recovery process.
Each individual will be given the opportunity to experience the love and power of Jesus Christ through spiritual and evidence based classes and weekly individual counseling.
Ephesians 4:28 says, "Let him who stole steal no longer. but rather let him labor, working with his hands what is good, that he may have something to give him who has need."
Exodus Ministries believes that individuals who are physically capable of working should work and do that work to the best of ability. We have partnered with local businesses and contractors to yoke in the ministry of job training.
We strive to help each individual find a job and help the individual be successful in that job, including providing transportation for individuals with drivers license issues. Our mission in this aspect of recovery is to teach each student a positive work ethic and to allow them the opportunity to pay Child support, Court Costs and fines, and other financial obligations incurred over the course of a life of addiction.
We also know the importance of a husband and father being a provider and strive to teach our students this truth while allowing them the opportunity to begin to provide for their families.